NCE1DBT
NCE1DBT
Instruction Manual
50Wx4
HIGH POWER
DVD / MULTIMEDIA PLAYER
RECEIVER & BLUETOOTH
Bluetooth
Safety Precautions
Precautions
• Use only in a 12-volt DC negative-ground electrical system.
• When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one with an identical amperage rating. Using
a fuse with a higher amperage rating may
cause serious damage to the unit.
• DO NOT attempt to disassemble the unit.
Laser beams from the optical pickup are
dangerous to the eyes.
• Make sure that pins or other foreign objects
do not get inside the unit; they may cause
malfunctions, or create safety hazards such
as electrical shock or laser beam exposure.
• If you have parked the car for a long time in hot or cold weather, wait until the temperature in the car becomes normal before operating the unit.
• Keep the volume at a level at which you can
hear outside warning sound (horns sirens, etc.).
• DO NOT open covers and do not repair yourself. Consult the dealer or an experienced technician for help.
• In addition to ordinary CDs, this unit can playback CD - R or CD - RW, MP3. Note:
• Playing a defective or dusty disc can cause
dropouts in sound.
• Hold discs as illustrated.
• Do not touch the unlabeled side.
• Do not attach any seal, label or data protection sheet to either side of a disc.
• Do not expose a disc to direct sunlight or
excessive heat.
• Wipe a dirty disc from the center outward
with a cleaning cloth.
• Never use solvents such as benzine or alcohol.
• This unit cannot play 3-inch (8cm) discs.
• Never insert a 3-inch disc contained in the
adapter or an irregularly shaped disc.
The unit may not be able to eject it.
Safety Precautions..........................................1
Panel Controls................................................ 2
Remote Controls......................................... 3-4
Behind the Panel.............................................4
General Operation....................................... 4-5
Radio Mode.....................................................6
USB/SD/MMC/MP3 Mode...............................7
Disc Mode..................................................7-11
Bluetooth Mode....................................... 12-13
DVD Setup.............................................. 14-15
Electrical Connections...................................16
Anti-Theft System..........................................17
Installation Guide...........................................18
Troubleshooting.............................................19
Specifications................................................20
To provide a clear demonstration and an alternative for easy understanding of the operation of this unit, graphic illustration was used.
However, this illustration is not necessary
printed as the actual image found on the unit.
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Panel Controls
Power on/off: Press PWR to turn on/off the unit.
1. - Power on/off (press more than 2 seconds) - Mute
2. Source switch: Radio,Disc,USB, SD/MMC
Card, Aux-in
3. - Band switch: FM-FM2-FM3-MW1-MW2
(Radio mode)
- Dial pick up/Transfer the call (Bluetooth
mode)
4. - To fast search within a track/skip to next
or previous track
- Radio tune
5. - Loudness
- FM mono/stereo (Radio mode, press
more than 2 seconds)
6. - Rotate the knob to adjust volume level.
- Short press to select audio menu, and
rotate the knob to adjust level.
- Long press to enter into setting menu,
then each press changes the mode.
7. Radio local/distant (Radio mode)
8. - Radio station auto preset
- Hang up the call (press more than 2
seconds, in Bluetooth mode)
9. Button 1: Play/Pause
10. Button 2: Intro play (10 sec)
11. Button 3: Track repeat play
12. Button 4: Track random play
13. Button 5: - Video system NTSC\PAL 60\
PAL\AUTO
- Folder down (MP3)
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14. Button 6: - DVD audio/VCD audio L/R/ST
- Folder up (MP3)
15. utton 1~6 Radio Preset:
Press to listen to a preset station, and hold
for more than 2 seconds to store station.
16. - Short press to switch to clock display,
press again to exit.
- Long press to enter clock setting.
17. Remote sensor
18. AUX in
19. USB port
20. Panel open
Remote Controls
Power on/off: Press
off the unit.
to turn on/
1. Zoom (DVD/VCD only)
2. Title (DVD only)
3. Power on/off
4. Setup
5. Menu cursor
6. Enter
7. Program
8. Digit area
9. - Short press to select audio menu, and rotate
the knob to adjust level.
- Long press to enter into setting menu, then
each press changes the mode.
10. Volume
11. Mute
12. - Radio tune
- Track skip/seek
13. Subtitle (DVD only)
14. - Radio
- Disc (when disc inserted)
- Card (when SD/MMC inserted)
- USB (when USB inserted)
- Aux-in
15. Repeat
16. Repeat A-B
17. Stop/Return
18. Play/Pause
19. Goto search
20. - DVD menu
- PBC (for VCD 2.0 or up)
21. - OSD: On screen display
- AMS: Radio preset scan / Radio auto preset
22. - DVD audio
- VCD audio L/R/ST
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23. - Short press to switch to clock display,
press again to exit.
- Long press to enter clock setting.
- Return to previous menu (Setting menu)
24. - Angle (DVD only)
- Terminate call (in BT mode)
25. - Video system NTSC/PAL 60/PAL/AUTO
- Radio band (in Radio mode)
- Dial/Receive call (in BT mode)
Replacing the lithium battery of
remote control unit.
When the range of operation of the card
remote control becomes short or no function,
replace the lithium battery with a new one.
Make sure the battery polarity replacement is
correct.
1. Pull out the battery holder while pressing the
stopper.
2. Insert the button-type lithium battery with the (+) mark facing upward. Insert the battery
holder into the remote control.
(CR 2025)
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Remote Controls
Behind the Panel
General Operation
Remote control operating range
Press the
Switching on and off
button to open the panel.
The remote control can operate within a
distance of 3~5m.
Warning
• Store the battery where children cannot
reach. If a child accidentally swallows the
battery, consult a doctor immediately.
• Do not recharge, short, disassemble or heat
the battery or dispose it in a fire.
• Do not leave the battery with other metallic
materials. Otherwise, the battery may start
to give off heat, crack or catch fire.
• When throwing away or saving the battery,
wrap it in tape and insulate.
1. When there is a disc inserted, short press to
eject the disc, press and hold more than 2
seconds to eject the disc forcedly.
When there is not a disc inserted, press
and hold more than 2 seconds to reset the
mechanism core.
2 Reset hole
Note:
Pressing the RESET hole will erase the clock
setting and stored stations.
3 Panel status indicator
Light up when you flip the panel down; Twinkle when you remove the panel.
4 Disc slot, insert the disc.
5 SD/MMC card slot.
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1. Press PWR to turn on the unit.
2. Press SRC once or more to select your
desired function: DISC, USB, CARD, Aux (
Aux-in), Tuner (Radio).
3. Pres PWR more than 2 seconds to power
off.
4. When you switch off the system or car
ignition, the settings, tuner presets and the
volume level will be retained in the unit's
memory.
Clock Display
Press DISP on the panel or on the remote
control to display clock time, and press DISP
again to exit.
Clock Setting
1. Press DISP more than 2 seconds, minute
display blinks, then rotate the knob to set
minute.
2. Press the knob once, hour display blinks, then rotate the knob to set hour.
3. Press DISP again to exit.
General Operation
Audio Setting
Menu Setting
Press the VOL knob to select audio menu:
VOL/BAS/TRE/BAL/FAD, and rotate the knob
to adjust.
Press the VOL knob more than 2 seconds
to enter into menu mode, then each press
changes the mode.
- VOL
Display shows the volume level VOL and
number from 0 to 40.
- EQ Mode
The Equalizer function applies preset sound
effects to the unit’s audio output signal. Rotate
the knob to select EQ sound effect:
FLAT- CLASSIC - ROCK - POP - JAZZ - USER
With the equalizer function activated, if bass or
treble is adjusted, the EQ Mode will revert to
“Off”. When the equalizer function is activated,
the most recently selected bass/treble levels
cannot be adjusted. When the equalizer
function is not active, the unit will return to the
most recently selected bass and treble levels.
- BAS
Display shows the BASS level.
BASS range: -7 to +7.
- TRE
Display shows the TREBLE level.
TREBLE range: -7 to +7.
- BAL
Display shows the BALANCE level.
BALANCE range: 10 L (full left) to 10 R (full
right).
L = left speaker, R = right speaker.
- FAD
Display shows the FADER level.
FADER range: 10 R (full rear) to 10 F (full
front).
R = rear speaker, F = front speaker.
- LOUD ON/ OFF
When listening to music at low volumes, this
feature will selectively boost certain bass and
treble frequencies.
- BEEP ON/ OFF
The beep tone feature allows the selection of
an audible beep tone to be heard each time
the menu is accessed.
- SUBW ON/ OFF
Rotate the knob to choose subwoofer-out on
or off.
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- 12 /24 HOURS
12 HOURS MODE:
The clock displays in the type of 12 hours such
as 11:18 AM.
24 HOURS MODE:
The clock displays in the type of 24 hours such
as 20:18.
- DX/LOCAL
Selectable when the current source is Radio
mode.
Choose radio distant or local.
DX: Stations with strong and weak
signals can be broadcast.
LOCAL: Only station with strong signal can be
broadcast.
- MONO/STEREO
Selectable when the current source is Radio
mode.
This option allows you to select radio FM
mono/stereo.
- AREA SET
This option allows you to select the appropriate
frequency spacing for your area.
Rotate the knob to choose USA or Europe.
Radio Mode
Selecting a Band
Preset Mode
Press BAND once or more to select FM1- FM2
- FM3 - AM1 - AM2.
Display shows wave band, frequency, and
preset station number if already stored.
Six numbered preset buttons store and recall
stations for each band. The stored stations
(1-6) for the current band can be viewed on
the screen.
Selecting a Station
Storing Stations
Press the
or
another station.
- Auto storing
1. Select a band (if needed).
2. Press AMS briefly to search all stations in
the band, the 6 strongest available station
will be automatically saved in the preset
button (numbers 1-6)
- Manual Storing
1. Select a band (if needed), then select a
station.
2. Press and hold a preset button (numbers
1-6) on the front panel or remote control.
3. The preset number and station is displayed
and highlighted.
tuning button to tune to
Tuning
- AUTO SEEK
Press the
or
buttons to seek the next/
previous station automatically.
- MANUAL SEEK
Press and hold the
or
buttons to enter
manual tuning mode. Press the buttons again
to move the radio frequency number up or
down one step.
Note:
• During manual seeking, if the pause between two operating steps is longer than 5
seconds, when you continue to press the
or
buttons, the unit will enter auto
seeking.
• During manual seeking, when you press and
hold the
or
buttons, the unit will seek
continuously.
Recalling a Station
1. Select a band (if needed).
2. Press a front panel or remote control preset button (numbers 1-6) to select the
corresponding stored station.
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USB/SD/MMC/MP3 Mode
1. Load SD/MMC Card
Open the panel and insert the SD/MMC card
into the slot. Close the panel, the unit will read
the file of the card automatically.
Disc Mode
4. Take out USB Device
Press the SRC button to non-USB mode and
take out the USB device from the USB jack.
Accessing Disc Mode
If a disc is already in the disc slot but is not
playing, press the SRC button on the front
panel or on the remote control to switch to the
DISC source. To play files from an SD or USB
that is already inserted, choose the CARD
or USB source. The disc playback screen is
indicated below:
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2. Take out SD/MMC Card
Push SRC button to non-SD mode, press the
SD/MMC card to pop out.
3. Load USB Device
Insert USB device into the USB jack.The
unit will read the file in the USB device
automatically.
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Note:
USB functions (flash memory type) MP3 music
play.
1. SD/MMC card support. 2. USB flash memory 2 in 1 (SD/MMC) support. 3. Support FAT 16 & FAT 32
4. File name: 32 byte / dir name: 32 byte / tag
name: 32 byte. 5. Tag (id3 tag ver 2.0) Title / artist / album: 32 byte support. 6. Multi card reader not support. 7. USB 1.1 support.
Not all kinds of USB devices are compat
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1. Source Indicator
2. Current Track/Total Track
3. Name of the Song Display
4. Time/Clock
5. Audio Folder
6. Picture Folder
7. Video Folder
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Disc Mode
Insert a Disc
Press
to flip down the panel. Insert the disc
into the slot, and the unit will change to disc
mode automatically.
Note:
• Please confirm whether there is a disc in
the unit before you insert another one.
• The unit will exit current playing source and
enter DVD mode when one disc is inserted.
Eject the Disc
Press
to flip down the panel. Press
eject the disc.
to
Note:
• After ejecting the disc, the unit reverts to radio mode.
• You can eject a disc with the unit powered
off. The unit remains off after the disc is
ejected.
Disc Playback
1. When disc inserted, display shows LOAD.
For MP3 or disc with mixed files, reading
time may exceed 1 minute.
disc operation.
3. For VCD/CD, VCD or CD icon will appear
on the display.
4. While MP3/WMA files playback, MP3/WMA
icon will appear on the display.
5. F or DVD, DVD icon will appear on the
display and TITLE appears. Press ENTER
or to play.
File Type Supported
Audio file: MP3(*.mp3), WMA(*.wma)
Video file:
DIVX
MPEG 2 (*.vob)
MPEG 1 (*.dat)
Picture file: JPEG (*.jpg)
MP3 file:
ISO 9660 or ISO 9660 + Joliet format - Max.
30 characters.
Max. nested directory is 8 levels.
The max. album number is 99.
The max. length of each track is 99 minutes
59 seconds.
Supported sampling frequency for MP3 disc:
8KHz to 48KHz (44.1KHz preferably).
Supported bit-rates of MP3 disc are: 32 - 320
kbps (128 kbps preferably).
2. ERROR will be displayed if error found in
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Disc and File NOT Supported
*.AAC, *.DLF, *.M3U, *.PLS, MP3 PRO files
and files with DRM.
Open session discs.
Audio/Picture/Video File Playback
When AUDIO/PICTURE/VIDEO file is played,
Category/Folder/File list will be displayed on
the screen, and file/folder name being played
will be displayed on top. Current selected item
will be highlighted.
Category Select
Use
/
to select
AUDIO
PICTURE
VIDEO
Press ENTER to confirm.
Folder Select
Use / to enter folder list and use / to
select desired folder, press ENTER to confirm.
File Select
Use / to enter file list and use / to
select desired file, press ENTER to play back.
For PICTURE, press
to slide show the
pictures, press PROG to select picture
showing style.
For MUSIC, press will enter power on logo,
then press
to return. Disc Mode
Note:
MP3 and WMA (Windows Media Audio) music
files are digital audio files that are compressed
to allow more files to be stored. This unit
can play MP3/WMA and video directly from
files contained on a CD-R/RW, DVD-ROM,
DVD+RW, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD-R and
DVD-VIDEO, or an SD card or USB Device.
Many types of software are available for converting audio files into MP3/WMA formats. Nero or Roxio Easy CD Creator are recommended. This unit can play MP3 (MPEG1, 2,
2.5 Audio Layer 3). However, the MP3 recording media and accepted formats are limited.
Entering ID3 Tag
This unit supports ID3 tag version 2.0.
For character codes, refer to the table to the
below.
Entering File and Folder Names
Names using the code list characters are the
only file names and folder names that can
be entered and displayed. Using any other
character will cause the file and folder names
to be displayed incorrectly. The unit recognizes
and plays only files with the MP3/WMA
extension.
Note:
which MP3/WMA files are to be played by
assigning file names beginning with play
sequence numbers such as "01" to "99". For
example, a medium with the following folder/
file hierarchy is subject to Folder Search, File
Search or Folder Select as shown below.
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()
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A file name entered with characters not on the
code list may not play correctly.
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Electronic Shock Protection
• 10 seconds for CD-DA (CDA)
• >45 seconds for MP3 recorded at 44.1kHz,
128kbps
• >90 seconds for WMA recorded at 44.1kHz,
128kbps
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Bit Rates
The unit supports bit rates from 32 - 320 kbps.
MP3 Playing Order
When selected for play, files and folders
(Folder Search, File Search or Folder Select)
are accessed in the order in which they were
written to the media. As a result, the order in
which they are expected to be played may
not match the order in which they are actually
played. You may be able to set the order in
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2
7
♪①
♪②
♪③
♪④
♪⑤
4
♪⑥
♪⑦
♪⑧
♪⑨
○
Root Folder
Folder
♪
File
Layer1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Layer5
The player will only recognize three folder
levels and does not display folders containing
only other folders. In the example above, the
unit will display folders 3, 4, 6, and 8, but not 2
and 7 since they do not contain since they do
not contain any tracks directly. Folder 5 is not
recognized at all since it is at the fourth level.
Disc Mode
Select Desired Track
2. Press RDM again to select normal playback.
Fast Forward/Backward During
Playback
Repeat
Display shows A
B CANCEL.
- Press or to skip to the next track.
- Use 1-9 and 0, 10+ buttons on the remote
control to select desired track number.
Press
or
for more than 2 seconds once
or more to select X2, X4, X8, X20 to fast
backward or forward track during playback.
- During the fast forw a r d o r b a c k w a r d
operation, press briefly to playback again.
- During the fast forw a r d o r b a c k w a r d
operation, the volume will be muted. Intro (for CD/VCD only)
You can play the beginning of every track for
15 seconds in sequence.
1. During playback, press INT once.
INT ON/OFF will appear on the display.
2. Press INT again to select the current track.
During playback, press RPT once or more. - RPT icon will appear on the display.
- For VCD/CD: Display appears RPT ONE
RPT ALL
RPT OFF
- For DVD: Display appears RPT CHAPTER
RPT TITLE
RPT OFF
- For File disc: Display appears RPT ONE
RPT DIR
RPT ALL RPT OFF
Note: If you do not select RPT on, when the
entire disc or TITLE playback has finished,
the system will stop. If no other control, after 5
minutes the unit will turn into standby mode.
You can play all the tracks in random order.
1. During playback, press RDM once or more.
- RDM icon will appear on the display.
- D u r i n g p l a y b a c k , p r e s s
to pause
playback.
- The sound will be muted.
- Display "PAUSE" in the TV screen, display
and blink "PAUSE" on the panel display.
Press
again to continue playback.
PBC - Playback Control (for VCD only)
Repeat A
Random Track Playback (for CD/
VCD/MP3 Only)
Pause
B
Select desired passage to repeat playback.
- Press A
B once to select starting point.
Display shows REPEAT A.
- Press A
B again to select ending point.
D i s p l a y s h o w s R E P E AT A
B, and
selected passage start to replay.
- Press A
B once again to exit.
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1.I f you insert a VCD with PBC, playback
starts from the beginning of the 1st track
automatically. 2.Press PBC to show menu, use
/
or
digit button to select desired track. Press
to return to power on logo. Press PBC again
to exit menu.
Disc Mode
GOTO
DVD Subtitle Select
PROGRAM
Press SUB.T to select the subtitle language
to show if the DVD has multiple language
subtitles.
Goto desired track/chapter or time point
directly.
Press GOTO button on the remote control,
track or DVD Title/Chapter and time display on
top of the screen. Current item is highlighted.
Use / to select desired item. Use digit
button to select number. Press ENTER to
confirm.
DVD Title Select
Press TITLE to display title or chapter list, use
/ or / cursor or digit number to select,
press ENTER to play.
PROGRAM
Program
- P
ress PROG to enter program list. Use
/ or / cursor and digit button to enter
number.
For DVD and File disc, select title and
chapter number.
For VCD and CD, select track number.
- P ress
to play, or move the cursor to
select "PLAY" and press ENTER to play.
- If you want to delete the list, move the cursor
to "CLEAR", press ENTER to delete all the
list set before.
- Press PROG again to exit program play.
DVD Angle Select
Press ANGLE to select different angle to view
if the DVD has multiple-angle views.
DVD Audio Select
Press AUDIO or R/L to select audio language
to listen if the DVD has multiple audio
languages.
ZOOM
Press ZOOM button, the picture will be
zoomed accordingly.
VCD Audio Select
Press R/L to select audio channel to listen.
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Bluetooth Mode
Note:
For your safety, avoid talking on the phone as
much as possible while driving.
Bluetooth is a wireless transmission way for
short distance. The built-in Bluetooth can connect with the mobile phones having Bluetooth
function.
After connecting, you can control your mobile
phone through the unit.
Pairing
Use this function to establish a connection between the unit and your mobile phone.
1.Press and hold SRC button until “PAIRING”
appears on the LCD.
2.Turn on Bluetooth function of your mobile
phone, keep phone within 3 meters to the
unit and start to search for Bluetooth devices.
3.A fter the name of the Bluetooth module
“SUN-BMA19” appears on the pairing list of
your mobile phone, select it. At this time, a
pairing code is required. Enter the pairing
code (“1234” by default) and the Bluetooth
pairing will process automatically. Some
mobile phones may instruct you to select
connect or disconnect, please select connecting.
Exit Pairing
Voice Transfer
After pair successfully, if you want to
disconnect, press and hold SRC button until
“PAIR OUT“ appears on the LCD.
During talking, press button to transfer audio
from the unit to your mobile phone.
Make a Call
Some mobile phones will transfer audio from
the unit to themselves once the incoming call
is answered.
After pair successfully, press SRC button
repeatedly to select BT MUSIC mode, press
button to select from [DIAL NUM].
To dial a number
1. S elect [DIAL NUM], then press the VOL
knob.
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly to select
the first number, press the knob to confirm.
3. Select other numbers as step 2. If the number is wrong, press the
button to delete.
4. Press to dial out.
To use a number in call log or directory
1. Select the options other than [DIAL NUM].
2. Press the knob to show the log or directory.
Rotate the knob to select a number. If there
are no record, display shows [NO MATCH].
3. Press to dial out.
Receive
1. A fter pair successfully, if there is a call
incoming, the unit switch to BT mode
automatically.
2. Press
to receive.
to hang up.
3. Press
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Note:
BT Audio
(if the mobile phone has the A2DP & AVRCP
functions)
After pair successfully, press MODE button
repeatedly to switch to BT AUDIO mode. In
Bluetooth main menu of your mobile phone,
open the audio player and set the transmission
mode to Bluetooth. The audio will be transferred from the mobile phone to the unit. Some
mobile phones may hint that to connect with
the unit. After found the Bluetooth device name
“SUN-BMA19” on mobile phone, you should
select to connect it, and then input the pairing
code (“1234” by default). When music playback, touch
to play/pause, and press
/
key on the TFT or remote control to previous/next track (if the options are available).
Bluetooth Mode
Auto Connect
Press the MENU button to enter main menu,
and select [AUTO ON] or [AUTO OFF] in the
menu.
AUTO OFF: After paired OK, if the distance
between mobile phone and the unit is over 10
metres, the connection will exit. The Bluetooth
technology will not automatically establish a
connection.
AUTO ON: After paired OK, if the distance
between mobile phone and the unit is over 10
metres, the connection will exit. The Bluetooth
technology will automatically establish a connection between the unit and the registered
mobile phone when the transmission distance
is 10 metres or shorter.
Whether the automatic connection is ON or
OFF, when power is off then on again, the unit
Bluetooth will connect the mobile phone (if the
Bluetooth function turning on) which is paired
OK last time.
Note:
1.To connect automatically as shown above,
the unit must connect the mobile phone successfully before.
2.The unit will try to connect the mobile phone
paired when on, most mobile phone will
connect automatically, some need connect
manually due to different software setting. Music Mode
A2DP
A2DP is short for Advanced Audio Distribution
Profile. The mobile phones supporting this
function can transmit stereo audio, whereas
the ones not supporting this function can
transmit mono audio only.
AVRCP
AVRCP is short for Audio/Video Remote
Control Profile. The mobile phones supporting this function can control the playback of a
Bluetooth audio player.
In the mode of the music player working, if you
want to make a phone call, disconnect A2DP,
otherwise the LCD will display “BUSY“ when
you dialing out.
General Notes for Bluetooth
1.For N7X, N9X, PHILIPS, Sony Ericssion,
SAMSUNG mobile phones, during our test,
after the mobile phones appear connection
successful, the unit still appear waiting for
pairing. At this time you must find the unit’s
Bluetooth module name “SUN-BMA19” on
the pairing list on your mobile phone and
select connecting in the submenu, then the
unit will appear pair OK. Otherwise, there is
no voice coming out when communicating,
though the mobile phone has already
displayed pair OK. Some mobile phones,
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such as PHILIPS, when it playbacks A2DP,
you must find the unit “SUN-BMA19” in the
phone’s menu and reconnect (check your
mobile phone whether has the A2DP &
AVRCP functions).
2.When pairing, some types of mobile phone
hint that how to operate, for example, when
you make a phone call by the unit, if the
mobile phone voice dosn’t be transferred
to the unit, no voice comes out. The
SAMSUNG mobile phone hints that voice
should be transferred to Bluetooth device.
3.Depending on the mobile phone, if private
mode is selected, when you make a phone
call by the unit, or receive, the voice would
be transferred to the mobile phone. But
sometime the Bluetooth maybe disconnect
till the communication ends, then connects
your mobile phone to the unit automtically.
Some mobile phones maybe need pair
again.
4.F or mobile phone, the Bluetooth device
name must be primary symbols or numbers.
Otherwise, some unpredictable issues
may occur during the Bluetooth devices
connecting and making phone call.
5.A fter paired OK, if no sound produced,
please check whether the Bluetooth stereo
audio on the phone switched ON.
DVD Setup
Press SETUP to display setup menu on the
screen.
Use
to select setup items:
SYSTEM - LANGUAGE - VIDEO
DVD System Setup
Use ,
to select and ENTER to confirm.
- PASSWORD
1. Press number button " 0000 " on the remote
control, then press the ENTER button to
confirm.
2. Press the desired 4-digit password, and
then press ENTER button to confirm.
3. Record the password and keep it in a safe
place for future reference.
- TV TYPE: 4:3PS/4:3LB/16:9
Select TV type to watch wide screen movies.
4:3 Pan Scan: For 4:3 TV, left and right edges
will be cut.
4:3 Letter Box: For 4:3 TV, black bars will appear on top and bottom.
16:9: For 16:9 wide screen TV.
DVD Language Setup
Use ,
to select and ENTER to confirm.
If you forget the password, please
enter 0000 to reset a new password.
The password : 0000
- RATING:
1 KID SAFE/2 G/3 PG/4 PG13/5 PG-R/6 R/7
NC-17/8 ADULT
The rating of the disc is from 1 to 8:
(1) with the most limits when playing.
(8) with the least limits when playing.
Original setting: 8
- TV SYSTEM: NTSC/PAL 60/PAL/AUTO
Select the TV system in the setting menu.
- DEFAULT: RESTORE
If this item is selected, the unit will return to
original setting.
Note:
The rating can be selected only under the
password unlocked status, and the limits can
be worked only under the password locked
status.
- DOWNMIX:
LT(/RT)/STEREO/VSS
Select composite audio output from 2 channel
speaker system.
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- OSD LANGUAGE:
English
German
Spanish
French
Portuguese
Select one language that you are familiar with
to display system menu.
- AUDIO LANG:
Chinese
English
French
Spanish
Portuguese
DVD Setup
German
Select one dialogue language that you are
familiar with when playing back DVD discs.
Note:
If the DVD disc has the audio file in the
selected language, the dialogues you listened
to will be in the selected language.
If the DVD disc does not contain the audio file
in the selected language, the dialogues you
listened to will be in the default language.
You can change the language by pressing
[AUDIO] key of the remote controller.
- SUBTITLE LANG:
Chinese
English
French
Spanish
German
Off
Select one language that you are familiar with
to display DVD subtitles.
If the DVD disc has the subtitle file in the
selected language, the subtitle will be
displayed in the selected language.
If the DVD disc does not contain the subtitle
file in the selected language, the subtitle will be
displayed in the default language.
- MENU LANG:
Chinese
English
French
Spanish
Portuguese
German
Select one language that you are familiar with
to display DVD menu.
Note:
If the DVD disc has the selected language,
the DVD MENU/TITLE will be displayed in the
selected language.
If the DVD disc does not contain the selected
language, the DVD MENU/TITLE will be
displayed in the default language. DVD Video Setup
Use ,
to select and ENTER to confirm.
- BRIGHTNESS
Set the brightness of the video output with
from 0 to 12.
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- CONTRAST
Set the contrast of the video output with
from 0 to 12.
- HUE
Set the hue of the video output with
to +6.
from -6
- SATURATION
Set the saturation of the video output with
from 0 to 12.
- SHARPNESS
Set the sharpness of the video output with
from 0 to 8.
Electrical Connections
Wiring Diagram
Video out 1
Antenna
(Yellow)
Video out 2
(Black)
(Yellow)
Subwoofer out
R (Red)
(Green)
Bluetooth MIC in
Aux in
Bluetooth Antenna
L (White)
External Mic
(Black)
(Grey)
Fuse 15A
Connector
Front Line-out (Brown)
R(Red)
L(White)
ISO Connector
Rear Line-out (Gray)
R(Red)
L(White)
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Amplifier
Anti-Theft System
This unit is equipped with a flip-down detachable
panel.
Panel can be detached and taken with you,
helping to deter theft.
Removing the Panel
Installing the Panel
1. Hold the panel and ensure the panel faces
toward you, and set the panel in the panel
bracket.
2. Press the right side of the panel until it locks.
1. Switch off the power of the unit.
2. Press button to flip down the panel.
3. At an angle hold the panel to pull it out.
4. Place the panel into the case and take it
with you when you leave the car.
Removing the Unit
1. Remove the panel and the trim plate.
2. Insert both removal keys into hole on the
front of the set until they lock.
3. Pull out the unit.
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Installation Guide
Installation Procedures
First complete the electrical connections, and
then check for correctness.
Important: Remove these two screws before installation. Otherwise, the player will not work.
Reset
Press
button to flip down the panel. Then
press the RESET button with a pointed object
to reset the unit to the original status.
Note: Press the RESET button will erase the
clock and stored stations.
Installation Opening
1.Inset mounting collar into the dashboard, and bend the mounting tabs out with a screwdriver.
Make sure that lock lever
is flush with the mounting collar (not projecting outward).
2.Secure the rear of the unit.
After fixing mounting bolt and power connector, fix the rear of the unit to the car body by rubber
cushion.
3.Insert trim plate.
52mm
This unit can be installed in any dashboard
having an opening as shown below.
The dashboard should be 4.75mm - 5.56mm
thick in order to be able to support the unit.
lock lever
183mm
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Troubleshooting
If you suspect something is wrong, immediately
switch power off. Immediately stop using it and
call the store where you purchased it.
Never try to repair the unit yourself because it
is dangerous to do so.
General
No power or no sound.
Car's engine switch is not on.
Turn your car's key to ACC or ON.
Cable is not correctly connected.
Check connection.
Fuse is blown.
Replace fuse.
Check volume or mute on / off.
Mounting angle is over 30o.
Adjust mounting angle to less than 30o.
Unstable mounting.
Mount the unit securely with the mounting
parts.
Radio
Noise in broadcasts.
Station is too far, or signals are too weak.
Select other stations of higher signal level.
Preset station lost.
If the above solutions cannot help.
Press the RESET button.
Disc
Disc is inside but no sound.
Sound skips due to vibration.
Battery cable is not correctly connected.
Connect the battery cable to the terminal
that is always live.
Error Display Messages
Display shows ERROR.
Disc is upside down.
Place disc in the correct direction, and the
label side up.
Disc is dirty or damaged.
Clean disc or change another disc.
Disc sound skips, tone quality is
low.
Disc is dirty, damaged or upside down.
Press to eject the disc.
When video file initializing time is
too long.
File read error or file type not supported.
Press SRC to exit. Then press SRC to play
disc again.
Disc is dirty or damaged.
Clean CD or change another CD.
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AM(MW) Radio
General
12V DC (11V-16V)
Test voltage 14.4V,
negative ground
Maximum power output 50Wx4 channels
20Wx4 channels (4
Continuous power
output
10% T.H.D.)
Maximum current
12A
consumption
Suitable speaker
4-8ohm
impedance
Pre-Amp output voltage 4.0V
(CD play mode: 1KHz,
0dB, 10K load)
Fuse
15A
Dimensions(WxHxD)
178x50x166mm
Weight
2.2kg
4.0V (CD play mode:
Sub-out
Power supply
Aux-in level
61Hz, 0dB, 10K
≥300mV
FM Stereo Radio
Frequency range
Usable sensitivity
Frequency response
Stereo separation
Image response ratio
IF response ratio
Signal/noise ratio
87.5-108.0MHz
8dBμ
30Hz-15KHz
30dB (1KHz)
50dB
70dB
>55dB
load)
522-1620KHz
(Europe)
30dBμ
Frequency range
Usable sensitivity
(S/N=20dB)
Disc Player
Disc digital
audio system
20Hz - 20KHz
Frequency response
>80dB
Signal/noise ratio
Less than
Total harmonic distortion
0.20% (1KHz)
>60dB
Channel separation
Video signal format system NTSC\PAL 60\PAL\
AUTO
1 0.2V
Video output
System
Components
Mounting collar
Machine screws M5x6 mm
Mounting bolt (50 mm)
Wire connector
Removable face plate case
Trim plate
Removal key
Operating Instructions
Rubber cushion
Remote control unit
Battery (CR2025)
1
4
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
Bluetooth
Operating range: Up to 10 metres (No Obstructions).
Bluetooth specification: V1.2/2.0/2.1 compliant.
A2DP specification: A2DP1.0 & AVRCP1.0 compliant.
Note:
Specifications and the design are subject to
change without notice due to improvements.
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CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
Made In PRC
Rev. 1.0
www.nce.com.au
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